Video: “Country Boy” Streaker Slides Into Home, Gets Tackled by Umpire

It’s only the end of April, but the MLB streakers are already at mid-season form. From the YouTube description: During the traditional playing of John Denver’s ” Thank God I’m a Country Boy” in the 7th inning stretch of the Orioles game on April 27, fans cheered as a shirtless fan dodged police all over the ballfield at Camden Yards. Umpire Jeff Kellogg finally managed the put out, but not…

April 30, 2012
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New Approach: Bowling Coach Asks Teen to Send Him Naked Pictures, Claims It Helps With His Game – Michael Nearhoof

We’re going to have to defer to BadJocks readers who bowl: how, exactly, does having naked pictures of teenaged girls on your cell phone help you bowl better? We’re not trying to say we understand all the nuances of knocking down the 10 pins, but would they really take the place of say, practicing? Or a new ball? We’re confused that anyone would come up with this con game, much…

April 27, 2012
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Con Man Accused of Stealing $8000 From Parents of Young Baseball Players for “Traveling Team”

From our “Special Place in Hell” Dept:  Jeff Halter, 40, came to Hobart, Indiana (near Chicago) with a glowing resume and the promise to build a traveling baseball team of elite local players. Parents of budding ballplayers (mostly 11-year-olds) gladly stepped up and each paid Halter $675 for uniforms, practice time and travel expenses.  Practices started, everything looked good, and then according to police, Halter stopped showing up. According to…

April 26, 2012
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Four “Poachers” Arrested Outside Philly Golf Course With 8000 Balls

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April 24, 2012

Most golf courses have water hazards of some kind: rivers, streams and lakes. And usually they are deep enough to hide golf balls. Sometimes local kids spend evenings and weekend mornings up to their knees (or deeper) finding these lost white balls and, maybe, resell them for a buck or two. Then there are these four guys from Michigan who got all the way to a course outside Philadelphia–Aronimink Golf…

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Video: Ron Artest/Metta World Peace Lands Elbow to James Harden’s Head

New name same old Ron Artest. By now, most of you have heard of this incident involving the Lakers and the Oklahoma City Thunder after Artest dunks and then elbows guard James Harden in the head like an MMA fighter. World Peace my arse.  MWP was ejected from the game and could face fines and suspensions from the NBA for his actions.

April 24, 2012
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Urine Big Trouble Young Man: High School Baseball Player Suspended for Dugout Prank

Trying to gain an advantage on your opponent during a game? The list of pranks and tricks are endless, but the one played by Dwyer High School (FLA) last week before a playoff game against intra-city rival Palm Beach Gardens High really stinks. And that’s not just figuratively. It stinks, like the smell of a truck stop restroom that hasn’t been cleaned in months. The unidentified player was suspended from…

April 23, 2012
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Alleged Hazing Incident on College Women’s Lacrosse Team Cost Coach Job – Lauren Paul

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April 23, 2012

Details are scarce on this one, but one fact stands out: Lauren Paul helped lead the Franklin & Marshall College (Lancaster, PA) women’s lacrosse team to an NCAA Division III National Championship and now she’s out of a job. The cause? An alleged hazing incident last year, that involved as many as 11 upperclassman players on the team who are now all off the squad, but reportedly still in school….

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40 Guys Caught Staring at Cheerleaders – Bleacher Report

Hey, it ain’t like it’s illegal or nothin’ but you probably don’t wanna get caught doing it. Am I right? The guys at the Bleacher Report have compiled a slide show of more than forty guys–including celebrities Ashton Kutcher and Leonardo DiCaprio–staring at some hot babe’s assets.  Like you wouldn’t? Liar.  Just try not to drool while you’re doin’ it. Watch the entire slide show here.

April 22, 2012
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